on Jul 31 2017 12:00 AM
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Asia-Pacific stock markets were hit by profit-taking Friday, after a strong week in the region and a selloff in U.S. tech stocks overnight. Australia and South Korea led losses in the region, with the Kospi poised for its third decline in four sessions. The index SEU, -0.28% fell 1.4% as a 3.4% pullback in Samsung 005930, +0.42% eighed. Until this week, the Kospi had been a star in setting record closing highs for eight straight trading days through Monday.

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